Birmingham expansion for leading legal costs specialists Burcher Jennings

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18 October 2016


Renatas Girdziusas

Renatas Girdziusas, costs consultant and practice manager

A new Birmingham office is the latest addition to the growing UK network of legal costs specialists Burcher Jennings.

The focus on the Midlands is designed to give local firms access to Burcher Jennings’ costs, pricing and funding platform, which has already helped legal services businesses all over the country achieve transformational change.

The Birmingham branch of Burcher Jennings will be led by innovative costs practitioner Renatas Girdziusas, who joins the firm with more than twelve years’ legal costing experience, both in-house and in a dedicated costs practice.

Renatas Girdziusas, costs consultant and practice manager for Birmingham at Burcher Jennings, said:

“I am delighted to be spearheading Burcher Jennings’ expansion in the Midlands at such an exciting time for the business. The opportunities that we offer in terms of costs, pricing and funding growth have a proven track record and we’ll be able to help many more firms in the Midlands to switch to a better, more profitable approach. I look forward to making a more innovative and cost-effective model a reality for law firms in the region.”

Burcher Jennings now has the largest concentration of costs lawyers in the UK. The ongoing search to achieve a competitive edge in an increasingly complex market has driven demand for the firm’s bespoke advice. Burcher Jennings’ consultancy is transforming firm functionality and increasing annual profitability by an average of 25%, often much more.

Martyn Jennings, CEO at Burcher Jennings, said:

“Renatas is an important addition to the Burcher Jennings practice at a time when we are growing at quite a blistering rate in order to keep up with demand. Over the past year our firm has proven just how crucial our pricing, costs and funding consultancy is to the long-term strategy decisions many firms face. We are proud to be pioneering changes to the way that law firms operate to make them more efficient, positive and profitable.”

 



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